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Document Control Administrators are in charge with managing various document types in a company. Common job duties seen on a Document Control Administrator example resume are storing and managing documents, processing requests for information, scanning and organizing documents, and implementing disaster recovery strategies. Candidates for this role usually focus on the following assets in their job applications: being able to work independently, self-motivation, resilience to stress, multitasking, detail orientation, and confidentiality. Successful resumes make display of a degree in a relevant field, although some employers accept as little as a high school diploma.

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Document Control Administrator

  • Provided support to the engineering/construction team and troubleshoot day-to-day activities within the document control group
  • Assisted in training project personnel to use the electronic document/database management
  • Administered EDMS; create new user accounts and assign passwords
  • Communicated with all staff levels in a professional and effective manner
  • Data entry, processing, and scanning of all project document types using a high-volume scanner and importing digital media with Adobe Capture program
  • Performed quality check for data entered into the system
  • Tracked responses to open action correspondence; created daily and monthly reports in Microsoft Excel and Access
  • Supervised and worked closely with staff to achieve department and company goals
  • Assisted department manager with administrative tasks and special projects
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Construction Management

Quality Assurance- Document Control Administrator

  • Oversee and manage all Engineering Change Orders (ECO's). Evaluate and prioritize changes based on business and customer needs. Ensure critical timelines are met.
  • Process and issue procedures including SOPs, specifications, manuals, assembly instructions, test procedures and drawings in accordance with current practices, ISO, QSR, 13485, and cGMPs.
  • Issue and follow-up on CAPAs and Deviations.
  • Track, maintain and update document master list, change control, deviation and CAPA logs. Prepare quarterly trend analysis and metrics for Quality Meetings.
  • Assures that all documents are reviewed on a periodic basis for continuing compliance.
  • Coordinates information flow between the Quality Document System and other Quality Systems and Corporate depts.
  • Conduct change control meetings. Responsibilities include scheduling meetings, creating agendas and assigning and following up on action items.
  • Developed and implemented training sessions for updates to site wide change control process. Train new employees on documentation procedures.
Candidate Info
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Associate of Science

QA Manager / Document Control Administrator

  • Responsible for the continuous improvement of the company's ISO9001 Quality Management System and serve as the ISO9001 Management representative.
  • Perform all document and data control per ISO9001 requirements.
  • Provide leadership and direction for the Quality Assurance Department, including managing four Quality Technicians.
Candidate Info
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Journalism And English Literature
Business Administration & Management

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